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'''John Wood Campbell, Jr.''' (June 8, 1910 – July 11, 1971) was an American people|American science fiction writer and editor. As editor of ''Astounding Science Fiction'' (later called ''Analog Science Fiction and Fact'') from late 1937 until his death, he is generally credited with shaping the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Isaac Asimov called Campbell "the most powerful force in science fiction ever, and for the first ten years of his editorship he dominated the field completely."Isaac Asimov: ''I. Asimov: A Memoir'', p. 73. As a writer, Campbell published super-science space opera under his own name and moody stories under his primary and most famous pseudonym, Don A. Stuart. Campbell also wrote under the pen names Karl Van Kampen and Arthur McCann.The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (John Clute), 1995, St. Martin's Griffin, pp. 187-188 He stopped writing fiction after he became...
PseudonymDon A. Stuart
Birth nameJohn Wood Campbell, Jr.
Birth date{{birth date|mf=yes|1910|6|8}}
Birth placeNewark, New Jersey, US
Death date{{death date and age|mf=yes|1971|7|11|1910|6|8}}
Death placeMountainside, New Jersey, US
OccupationMagazine editor, writer
Alma materMIT (no degree)
Duke University (BS, physics, 1932)
GenreScience fiction
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